The Kurdish restaurant on Rye Lane in Peckham has two big glistening shawarmas on the go at all times but their menu is evenly split between meat, vegetarian and vegan options. The chicken qozi is fantastic. It glistens with honey and lemon and the potatoes absorb all the fats and flavours to evolve into an entirely new kind of brick-like carbohydrate. The vegan mezze is also excellent, there's a falafel that's crunchy and light, full of yellowness and a smattering of herbs, and it comes alongside a bean salad, pistachio hummus, and dalooja, a red pepper and pomegranate dip. There are hajeri bread sandwiches and shawarmas as well, and everything is equally delicious eaten in or taken away for lunch or dinner.
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